Was Mars Destroyed 250 Million Years Ago?

It is very difficult to connect anything found anywhere in the solar system with Earth’s geological history. This makes it difficult to establish any kind of time line for any event on any of the celestial bodies in the solar system. This is why it is difficult to accept Mr. Hoagland’s dating of the destruction of Mars to 65 million years ago. However, if we can connect any planetary event to an event that occurred on Earth and if that Earth event can be dated, then, we can date the event on the other planet. This may now be possible. Mr. Hoagland’s claim that the debris he sees on Mars’ Gale Crater is similar to the stone slabs of Puma Punka in Bolivia may offer us a way to date the event on Mars. (See his website: The Enterprise Mission) Here is how. Mr. Hoagland believes that Mars was a moon of another planet that exploded forcing Mars to its present position and destroying the ancient advanced civilization it once harbored. Furthermore, he believes that the exploding planet sent debris through the solar system causing wide spread destruction. Well, do we have an event on Earth that conforms to an event of wide spread destruction? Yes, we do. That event is the Permian extinction of 250 million years ago. The Permian extinction has never been explained. It is thought the formation of the Siberian Traps, massive lava flows in Siberia, had something to do with this extinction but no one is certain of exactly what happened. There is also the Araguainha impact crater. This crater is 25 miles wide (40 kilometers) and struck central Brazil, latitude 16° 47’South and longitude 52° 59’ West , causing great destruction in South America. This impact has been dated to between 254 -246 million years ago close to the time of the Permian extinction event. It could have caused shock waves that led to the destruction in Bolivia and Peru. But there is more to this story. You see, 250 million years ago the Puma Punka area of Bolivia was located far in the South Pacific at about the location of where Tahiti is today. This location is where a “lost” moon of Earth, we call it Luna Prime, reached its apogee point in its orbit and began its return leg to Earth. The fact that the Permian Extinction, the Araguainha Crater, and the location of Puma Punka all coincide circa 250 million years ago coupled with the fact that the debris on Mars looks like the stone slabs of Puma Punka suggests that the destruction of Mars occurred at the time of Earth’s Permian extinction circa 250 million years ago.  Although this is only a guess it seem to be reasonable.


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Author, speaker, and researcher of various unexplained mysteries including lost civilizations, human origins, religious mysteries, and UFOs. Mr. Black is available for speaking engagements.
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